thanks for your fast reply.
I thought it might be enough to open eraser and put files into queue.
But I understand your point.
Maybe another idea for the next release of eraser could be to add an additional shortcut to windows?
The MS Windows standard shortkey "Shift + Delete" simply deletes files without putting them into the recycle bin.
I'd like to adjust the (Windows 7) Shortcut "Shift + Delete" to actually delete the file(s) with Eraser.
Is there an easy way to change the shortkey?
Or is there an option with...